Anthony Weiner Gets Offer From Larry Flynt to Work For His Hustler Empire in Beverly Hills

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Fri, Jun 17, 2011 at 7:01 AM
click to enlarge Weiner could be a Hustler.
  • Weiner could be a Hustler.

Disgraced though he may be, sexter-in-chief Anthony Weiner has a job waiting for him in Beverly Hills if he wants it.

Larry Flynt has offered him a generous gig at his Hustler (Larry Flynt Publications) empire, promising the former legislator a 20 percent raise above his congressional pay, similar benefits, and covered moving costs.

Ever the Quixotic idealist, Flynt says he's making the offer because ...

... Your unfortunate resignation is a prime example of unfounded political pressure and the hypocrisy that has invaded democracy in Washington D.C.

Despite Flynt's "sincerity," Weiner wouldn't join an empire that includes such lofty titles as Barely Legal, Busty Beauties, and Beaver Hunt.

Weiner wants to let this blow over and run for office again. Trust us.

Larry, we appreciate your tenacity when it comes to perverts' rights (believe us), but your empathy is misplaced here.

Guys like Weiner, while fellow horn-dogs for sure, are, in fact, the "prime example" of the hypocrisy you so decry.

When have you ever heard Weiner defend his private texts and tweets or stand up for the fact that one in five Americans do this. Has he said, Get out of my private life -- this has nothing to do with the deficit, the war on terror, or immigration?

Never, Senor Flynt. Weiner is one of them -- full of shit. Remember he denied it at first. And he really never owned it.

He's no better than a bathroom toe tapper who decries homosexuality.

Save your job for someone who's really worthy

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